Accreditation - Oxbridge Academy

ACCREDITATION

Oxbridge Academy is a registered and accredited private college based in South Africa. Below, you will find the details regarding our registration and accreditation with various bodies in the education sector.

 

Why is accreditation important?

Accreditation is a “stamp of approval” – it indicates that a training provider measures up to certain standards set by an accrediting body. This means that, when you study with an accredited training provider, you can be sure that you are receiving an education that meets the standards and requirements set by the relevant accrediting body.

Accreditation plays an important role in education by:

  • Helping students to determine whether colleges and other training providers comply with certain standards.
  • Helping employers to determine the validity of qualifications earned from colleges and other training providers.
  • Helping colleges and other training providers to determine whether credits can be transferred from another institution.
  • Helping colleges and other training providers to implement self-assessment programmes to make sure that they maintain their standards and retain their accreditation.

 

Is Oxbridge Academy registered and accredited?

Yes, Oxbridge Academy is registered and/or accredited by a number of academic and professional bodies, including the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), Umalusi, the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO), the South African Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Saiosh), and more. You can view our detailed registration and accreditation information below:

Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET)

We are provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) until 31 December 2018 as a private further education and training institution under the Further Education and Training Colleges Act 16 of 2006. Provisional registration certificate no: DHET-2009/FE07/070.

A joint communiqué has been issued by SAQA, DHET, and the three Quality Councils, providing guidelines on the registration and accreditation of skills development providers in terms of the Skills Development Act of 1998. You can find this communiqué (Joint Communiqué 1 of 2012) on the websites of the Department of Higher Education and Training and SAQA. Click here to view our DHET Registration certificate N1-N3.

Contact the DHET:

Website: www.dhet.gov.za

E-mail: callcentre@dhet.gov.za

Tel: 0800 87 2222 (Call centre) | 012 312 5911 (Pretoria office) | 021 469 5175 (Cape Town office)

Umalusi

Umalusi is the Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training. Oxbridge Academy is provisionally accredited by Umalusi to offer the National Certificate: Engineering Studies qualifications from N1 to N3 for electrical and mechanical trades. Our accreditation number is 15 FET02 00031 PA. Click here to view our Umalusi accreditation certificate.

Contact Umalusi:

Website: www.umalusi.org.za/    

E-mail: info@umalusi.org.za

Tel: 012 349 1510

QCTO

The QCTO is the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations. Oxbridge Academy is accredited as a QCTO Skills Provider to offer various national qualifications from Introductory N4 level to N6 level. Our accreditation number is QCTO NATED/13/005. Click on the links below to view our QCTO accreditation letters:

Contact the QCTO:

Website:  www.qcto.org.za/

E-mail:  info@qcto.org.za

Tel: 012 003 1800

 

The ICB (Institute for Certified Bookkeepers) is a Quality Assurance Partner of the QCTO and we are accredited with the ICB to offer a range of ICB qualifications:

Contact the ICB:

Website: www.icb.org.za/

Tel: 0861 000 422 | 021 659 1300

APPETD

We are a member of APPETD (Association of Private Providers of Education, Training and Development). Our membership number is 3243. Click here to view our APPETD registration certificate.

Contact APPETD:

Website: www.appetd.org.za/ 

E-mail: helpdesk@appetd.org.za

Tel: 011 791 5463

ETDP SETA

The ETDP SETA is the Education, Training and Development Practices Sector Education and Training Authority. Oxbridge Academy has learning programme approval from the ETDP SETA to offer the following courses:

  • Conduct Assessments of Outcomes-Based Assessment
  • Conduct Moderation of Outcomes-Based Assessment

Click here to view details of our ETDP SETA learning programme approval.

Contact the ETDP SETA:

Website: www.etdpseta.org.za/

E-mail: info@etdpseta.org.za

Tel: 011 372 3300 | 0800 ETDP 73 (toll-free number)

Saiosh

Saiosh is the South African Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, a professional body recognised by SAQA. A number of our Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) skills courses have been accredited by Saiosh. Click on the links below to view our accreditation details:

Contact Saiosh:

Website: www.saiosh.co.za

E-mail: info@saiosh.co.za

Tel: 010 001 7455

Oxbridge Academy’s quality partners

Oxbridge Academy offers a variety of courses in conjunction with the following quality partners:

DQS Academy

DQS Academy is an accredited training provider offering a variety of courses based on the internationally recognised ISO standards. Oxbridge Academy, by working with DQS as the quality partner, is able to offer some of these courses to students via distance learning.

 

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